If you feel overwhelmed by your inbox and meeting demands, you are likely to be dealing with the challenge of reactive communication. That is, every day, you open your inbox and find tens or even hundreds of requests for information and tasks. Like many people, you may start the day with a sense of dread.
Last weekend, the blog underwent a serious overhaul, with a new look, new design, updated content and a sign-up for a newsletter if you want even more from Research Degree Insiders! I’m really lucky to have worked with Dr Bronwyn Eager of Ivory Tower who did all the design and technical work. This post tells you about Ivy Tower, about Bronwyn, and about our design process. As always, it’s about the insider tips!
This is a very long read that takes a few paragraphs to get to the point. It’s a point other people are making all over
Thanks to Anuja Cabraal who asked this question! It’s about 2,500 words of answer, so this is absolutely a Definitive Guide. A few of the
Now that we have transitioned to working from home, and worked out some of the technical issues about making things we used to do face-to-face
So Inger, Shaun and I have just finished another book. This one is called Level Up your Essays for undergraduate writers, and is off to NewSouth publishers.
(I hope you sang the title to the Friends’ theme tune.) It can be a challenge to juggle lots of different projects and tasks. One